Winter Hello Kitty Card

I’m very excited about this card! I’ve been obsessed with Hello Kitty lately, so that’s what inspired me to make this card. It’s very quick and easy, and so much fun to make! I made a set of 8 for my next Holiday Card Swap. :)

What you’ll need:

How to make the card:

First, take white card stock and fold it in half so the card is 5 1/2″ by 4″.

Next, take the snowflake edger and punch the length of the baby blue cardstock. Then, take your blue ribbon and wrap it around the blue cardstock. One one end, wrap the ribbon to the back of the blue cardstock and fasten it with piece of tape. Do the same for the other side.

Adhere the back side of the blue cardstock onto the front of the white cardstock.

Now, don’t throw anything away from your punches! You can use the negative pieces (the parts that look like snowflakes) and add them to the card. Glue/adhere a few of them on the top and bottom of the card. Leave a little bit of whitespace in between each snowflake.

Now it’s time for the fun part, adding Hello Kitty! Dab your Hello Kitty Stamp into the baby blue ink pad and stamp your square white cardstock. With a rounded corner punch, punch the corners. You can also use scissors to make the corners rounded.

Put foam squares (or foam tape) on the back side of the Hello Kitty square, and adhere it to the left side of the card.

Now with your snowflake stamp, use the baby blue ink, and add some snowflakes onto the white spaces of the card.

Lastly, to top it all off, use the baby blue Stickles and add a dab in the middle of each snowflake. And if you like, add some of Hello Kitty’s bow and outfit as well. Lay flat to dry.

That’s it! It’s a lot of steps, but they’re all very easy. Enjoy!

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